James, do you have any thoughts on it?
On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 12:16 AM, Sergey Lukjanov <slukja...@mirantis.com>wrote: > Hi folks, > > I think that we can enable hacking checks for python infra projects to > help themselves write better code. Probably we should enable only specific > subset of hacking checks instead of all of them. > > TL;DR > > I'd like to discuss the need of hacking usage for python infra projects. > Currently I'm keeping in mind several of them as examples - Zuul and > Nodepool. The question was catched up by James E. Blair when I've created > some patches for Zuul , so, thank you, James, for catching this. > > There are some pros and cons of enabling hacking for them. As a big pros I > see following the common OpenStack processes and additional checks that > will help us to write a better code. On the other side, these projects are > not so big for having such strong checks. > > My personal opinion is that it'll be better to enable hacking checks > (probably not all of them) for such projects and I'm volunteering to work > on it and to help coordinate efforts if needed. > > BTW I've already done some part of this work for Zuul in , it's head of > the CR chain. > > So, please, share your thoughts. > > Thanks. > >  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/63921/ > > -- > Sincerely yours, > Sergey Lukjanov > Savanna Technical Lead > Mirantis Inc. > -- Sincerely yours, Sergey Lukjanov Savanna Technical Lead Mirantis Inc.
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